Re: multiple topics
Monte Kalisch (montek@MONTEKCS.COM)
Thu, 5 Dec 1996 02:27:48 -0700
Byron, I hate to be stickler, but you left off a very important line from
"I can offer opinions only."
I was merely guessing at what I *thought* to be correct. Still I think it
raises some representation questions. Who exactly is getting the money?
Who exactly do people think is getting the money when they donate? Is this
okay with national?
>On Wed, 4 Dec 1996, Monte Kalisch wrote:
>> Nope. That would be misrepresentation. I would only say this because
>> there's money involved. Otherwise, a Scout doing community service is
>> _service_hours_ for the Scout, but this is a little different.
At 10:55 PM 12/4/96 -0700, Byron Hynes (bph) wrote:
>Leaving aside, for the moment, the hundreds of scout units in the world
>that are chartered to the Salvation Army (including mine), how exactly
>would this be misrepresentation?
>As far as I know, all Salvation Army Christmas kettles/bubbles in North
>America are set up with large signs portraying the Salvation Army logo.
>It is quite common, in this area at least, to have various volunteers help
>man the kettles -- scouts, businesses, rotary, lions, etc. -- any of those
>groups that have a uniform usually wear them.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City